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In Conversation: Richard Clements

In Conversation: Richard Clements

Perception. Chaos. Ritual. Language. These are some of the concerns explored by A Third Thing, Richard Clements' upcoming show at BAF Gallery. The enigmatic sculptures, which the artist describes as being architectural without mimicking larger buildings, reference...

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In Conversation: Virginie Lamarche

In Conversation: Virginie Lamarche

For this iteration of our series In Conversation, we spoke to Virginie Lamarche, curator and co-founder of the FotoFilmic travelling exhibition and photobook. Burrard Arts Foundation: What is the history of FotoFilmic, both the organization and traveling show? How...

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BAF Insider Series: Curator Gabi Dao

BAF Insider Series: Curator Gabi Dao

Blood Love Trouble draws from the highest intensities of human experience, focusing on moments of cultural mixing and clashing and their representation in art. At first glance, the connection between the show’s name and inspirations may seem opaque, or even arbitrary....

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In Conversation with Lyndl Hall

In Conversation with Lyndl Hall

It is a basic human impulse to attempt to place oneself within the chaos of the world. For centuries, we have employed geometry, navigation and cartography to make sense of our physical environment, beginning with the simple act of drawing a line. Canadian artist...

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Lumière Festival 2016

Lumière Festival 2016

Each December, Lumière Festival brings light, art, and community to Vancouver's West End. This year, the Burrard Arts Foundation has collaborated on the festival's artistic component, facilitating installations from Erdem Taşdelen and Tangible Interaction. This year...

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In Conversation with Kelly Lycan

In Conversation with Kelly Lycan

Kelly Lycan is a Canadian, Vancouver-based artist working primarily in photography and installation. Often, her work explores how we display and observe objects, place value upon them, and how they are produced and reproduced. We spoke with Kelly about her work,...

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